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Mooer Slow Engine

Other Guitar Effect from Mooer belonging to the Micro series.

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" A little confusing but not bad."

Mooer Slow EnginePublié le 04/18/14 à 00:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Slow Engine cut the attack of each note to produce a close an instrument played with a bow or an effect of "slowing" of his sound.

The pedal has two controls attack and sensitivity.
Everything is presented in a sturdy box and small which is important for my pédal-board house that is already loaded.

UTILIZATION

configuration is simple two-button control and the bypass that's all.
Operation is easy, but not quite strong for my taste, the attack is not really stopped / smoothed when the pedal is used alone.

SOUND QUALITY

So I started writing in this little history as having traveled reviews before acquiring many material I "returns the elevator."
The effect generated by......
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Slow Engine cut the attack of each note to produce a close an instrument played with a bow or an effect of "slowing" of his sound.

The pedal has two controls attack and sensitivity.
Everything is presented in a sturdy box and small which is important for my pédal-board house that is already loaded.

UTILIZATION

configuration is simple two-button control and the bypass that's all.
Operation is easy, but not quite strong for my taste, the attack is not really stopped / smoothed when the pedal is used alone.

SOUND QUALITY

So I started writing in this little history as having traveled reviews before acquiring many material I "returns the elevator."
The effect generated by this single pedal is insufficient, the drop volume and the sustain is not terrible. I had read that utisateurs pedal Behringer "Slow Motion" had coupled to a compressor: I did the same I added output of this compressor pedal MOOER "Elypse Milk Bone" and there means it works well slick effect.
At the moment I'm using that to create "hovering" tablecloths times with my looper should be able to do something else, I have not finished looking.

What instrument ....? With mine of course! Electro-acoustic guitars.
Here is a video that better illustrate my point in which I use a guitar-oud homemade:

The MOOER effect occurs at 0.55 min

OVERALL OPINION

I use this pedal for a month to support my guitar loops.
I tried the Behringer Slow Motion: I try to sell it since .... yes it is not elegant, I know.
I like the intuitive side because I think I pushed all settings back to get her as much as possible "drowned".
I have no recoil on the value, my only point of comparison is the Slow Motion is sold € 20 (which is quite zero) while it is sold at € 74 Toto Teutonic.
Boss was released this pedal much more expensive and I do not know who to share MOOER or Behringer has launched a copy of this pedal.
Difficult to determine objectively the question "would you do this choice?" I lack perspective, perhaps in a few months I retoucherai this post if my opinion differs.
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  • Manufacturer: Mooer
  • Model: Slow Engine
  • Series: Micro
  • Category: Other Guitar Effects
  • Added in our database on: 12/12/2013

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